Post by unofficialartist on Dec 11, 2013 13:07:06 GMT -5
As an "old-school" type when it comes to new technology,it seems to me that over last few years now that there's a LOT less forum traffic & more in cyberservices such as facebook & twitter. I ask you the fanbase: ARE message forums still equally valuable/relevant in the increasingly digital age???
Post by unofficialartist on Dec 26, 2013 11:52:36 GMT -5
So NO ONE has opinion on this?? While i understand how we're "conditioned" to jump on various revolving bandwagons in this country in the case of prowrestling fans it seems to hurt our cause. When JAP started their radioshow it complimented their' message forum. When chikara started adding social media links it complimented their message forum. (why ROH/NYWC/INTERSPECIES HASN'T started theirs is another conversation entirely)
Post by unofficialartist on Dec 30, 2013 11:22:11 GMT -5
One has to wonder that when the "next" new media option comes along to "replace" facebook & twitter will it mean message boards have a new chance to reinforce their status or just have another obstacle to struggle against? I for one would like to know from you the fanbase just what the advantages/diffferences are of FB & TT from say this forum in representing our sport?
Post by unofficialartist on May 28, 2019 9:09:57 GMT -5
THATS why I've been including this & other forum info on "flyer gifts" offered to talent at shows I cover monthly. Between facebook's increasingly problematic pattern & on/off again general foreign hacking threat boards are due for a "comeback". [also see nywc forum]